"Chinese Dogs" as written by Carl Barat, Gary Powell, David Jonathan Hammond and Anthony Rossomondo....
Well, it took you seven years to learn my name
And I know it's all the drugs and booze that I took, lame
Oh, sh-sh-shame
(What a shame)

But it took me seven years to forget your name
All the drugs, all the fools and all the
The hanging around, I fell out of the game
What a shame

What would it take for me to be your man?
What would it take for me to be your man?
What would it take to make you understand?
What would it take to make you understand?

Well, all the filthy old Mary's and their Chinese dogs
So, is a no go, oh, if you know what I know, what?
I know what you know, oh dear

A million common people want to tear your head off
Just to show your bones to the night
Cause the night is when I'm satisfied
Woah, oh, oh

What would it take for me to be your man?
What would it take for me to be your man?
What would it take to make you understand?
What would it take to make you understand?
It can't be us ?cause the worlds gone cold

And if the hat don't fit ya
Yeah? It don't fucking fit ya

What would it take for me to be your man?
What would it take for me to be your man?
Well, what would it take to make you understand?
What would it take to make you understand?
It can't be us ?cause the worlds gone cold


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"Chinese Dogs" as written by Carl Barat

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